Medical entrepreneur Peter Killcommons is a CEO dedicated to helping others. An active philanthropist, Peter Killcommons has traveled around the world and participated in a number of charitable enterprises. Peter Killcommons donates a significant amount of time and resources to various causes, improving communities one project at a time.
As a doctor, Peter Killcommons has offered his medical services in many war-torn and underprivileged villages. Peter Killcommons personally visited Acomet, Afshar, Nangahar Public, Nangahar University, and Mogul Khan Memorial Hospitals in Afghanistan, assisting Rotary International in its humanitarian missions. Peter Killcommons also sailed with the USNS Comfort, a hospital ship, on a trip to Peru, to which he donated time and equipment as they performed medical, surgical, and dental work at no charge for local villagers. In support of the United States military, Peter Killcommons traveled to Iraq, Afghanistan, and Kuwait to provide medical assistance. He is the only CEO of a medical company to personally enter war zones to determine definitively whether or not his company was meeting the needs of soldiers.
As a businessman, Peter Killcommons founded Medweb, garnering recognition from the San Francisco Chronicle for spearheading the integration of medical imaging with the internet. CEO of Medweb since 1992, Peter Killcommons runs the medical imaging, teleradiology, and telemedicine company’s various divisions, including its organized philanthropy program. Through Medweb, Peter Killcommons has offered support and resources to Pens for Peace, a charity delivering much-needed writing utensils to Afghan schoolchildren.
An aviation enthusiast, Peter Killcommons possesses a pilot’s license and served as volunteer disaster response pilot. Another community service organization Peter Killcommons offers aid to is the National Institute of Urban Search and Rescue. Peter Killcommons also belongs to the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, the Experimental Aircraft Association, and the Alameda Aero Club. A sailing enthusiast as well, Peter Killcommons belongs to the South Beach Yacht Club and likes to scuba dive.